Aboriginal stories

Dr Kate on ABC Radio
The State Library’s Storylines program is an online portal for Aboriginal communities and families around the State digitally returning thousands of photographs of Aboriginal people.
Mavis Phillips (nee Walley 1921–1982) is one of Australia’s earliest known Indigenous photographers.
In 1907 a number of Noongar people were gathered for a public corroboree performance which was captured in a series of photographs.
Ivy Mallard recalls an astonishing day in 1941 when she heard the sounds of battle from her verrandah on Carrarang Station.
The first Aboriginal newspaper in Western Australia, published by the Coolbaroo League - a Perth-based Aboriginal civil rights and social organisation.
The first remote school in Western Australia, located inside a limestone cave.
We stand on ancient ground. The Perth CBD area was originally home to a chain of seasonal wetlands and lakes.